Which do you prefer a low paying job which is stable or an unstable high paying job?
When unemployment is high, a secure job is good enough to most, others prefer high paying job, then they save their earnings even if their job is unstable. How about you, which do you prefer?
I'd prefer a high paying job while putting a plan in place to be self-employed when the job ends. A low-paying secure job could lull one into a false sense of satisfaction in a less-than-ideal life.
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